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Old 06-20-2012, 07:04 PM
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19.5" wheels for 8-lug x 6.5" bolt pattern??

Do 19.5" wheels for 8-lug x 6.5" bolt pattern wheels exist? Are any made? Steel with the stainless steel wheel covers? I'd like to upgrade my 86' f350 dually. Have plenty of space/clearance between my 235/85/16 tires and actual wheel well(s). Plus I think it looks way cooler!

Thanks, Chris!
 
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Great looking van! But I have a dually!
 
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No problem.

The page in the Rickson site (under my picture above) is WHEELS - FORD F-350 DUAL REAR WHEEL
 
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Oh sweet! Thanks.

Dang, going to have to save up that $1,600 for 4 wheels....plus tires!!! I might rethink and spend that money else were.
 
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Hmmmm

Are you thinking of converting from dually to single rear wheel?

Being a dually you'd normally need six rims (wheels) plus you have to factor in the price of the tires to mount on those rims.

Rickson's match mounting & balanacing.
$95.00 Per Assembly ($380 for a set of 4 and $570 for a set of 6)

Tires through Rickson.
Regardless of who you get your tires from, the rim width has to be ordered to suit the particular aspect ration of the tire you are going to mount.
See the table at the bottom of the dually page.

Then for steel rims add any bling, trim rings / simulators.

When I bought the steel rims, the aluminum were unavailable, I ordered four plus a spare to make five, and I bought the tallest tires they offered plus some rims & trinkets.
Came out to about $5K delivered.

Best wishes.
 
 
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